Cambridge School (Grahm Junior College)

Kevin Vahey
Sun Jun 12 13:56:24 EDT 2011

It started with 3 branches - Boston, Chicago and New York

In Boston there were at Boylston and Exeter. The Cambridge name was used to
hint some link with other schools across the river.

On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 1:03 PM, Donna Halper <> wrote:

> I was tracking the history of the Cambridge School of Broadcasting (which
> seems to have begun its life in February 1952 as the Cambridge School of
> Radio Broadcasting, an off-shoot of the Cambridge School of Business; it
> became Grahm Junior College in February 1968, if my files are correct. In
> its formative years, Norm Prescott was d.j. in residence, and then it was
> Stan Richards.  But the school never seems to have been in Cambridge.
>  Anyone know how it got its original name?  (Its sister school, the
> Cambridge School of Business doesn't seem to have been in Cambridge
> either...)

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